Global Engagement

Teaching Trips

Rivier University offers a variety of teaching trips each academic year. Teaching trips are one to three credit courses taught by Rivier faculty at a location outside of the United States. Teaching trips are partnerships between the OGE and Academic Departments with defined expectations for both parties. Departments are encouraged to design global teaching and learning experiences that are tailored to their students’ needs and academic programs. 

For the 2014-2015 Academic Year:


Clinical Hours Immersion Experience: Senegal, West Africa

Dates: Winter Break 2015
Contact OGE for more details
 

Water Born Disease: Testing and Prevention: Haiti

Dates: Spring 2015
A full semester 3 credit course with a trip over spring break
 

Human Right's Law: Peace University, Costa Rica

Dates: Spring 2015
Undergraduate elective, half of the hours taught on campus, half in Costa Rica via U Peace
 

Alternative Spring Break: Location TBA

Dates: Spring Break 2015
Service in partnership with a Catholic Mission
 

Field Biology: US Virgin Islands

Dates: Spring 2015
Field Studies, focused on coral research/global warming.
 

The Holocaust in Europe: Germany, Austria

Dates: Spring 2015
Prague Jewish quarter, Theresienstadt KZ, lunch in Dresden, maybe Buchenwald KZ, Berlin and Sachsenhausen KZ, Auschwitz KZ
 

Healing Across Cultures, Healthcare in China: Beijing and Shanhai, China

Dates: May 2015
Comparative look at traditional and modern Chinese medicine
 

Bio-technology Across Cultures, China and the US: Nashua, NH and Beijing, China

Dates: July 2015
Two weeks at each site, exploring the growth and current status of bio-techonology
 

Peoples and Cultures of Asia: Kenmei Aacademy in Osaka, Japan and Beijing City University taught in Beijing, China

Dates: July 2015
Two weeks in Asia, beginning with a guided home stay and assisting ESL teaching in Osaka and ending in Beijing, as Rivier students participate in a BCU course taught by Dr. Meehan
 

Undergraduate Business Elective: Germany

Dates: Fall 2015
Leadership and Opportunity in Europe
 

 

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